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inside a concert hall. >> people were basically just walking on each other. trying to escape. >> more than 100 killed. >> this is an attack on all of humanity and the universal value wes share. >> tonight the impact spreads from terrorists to philly. a security step up for a world on alert. >> i'm really scared for what's coming next. good evening, i'm jacqueline london. police say they believe all the attackers have dead but they may have had accomplices who are still on the loose. here's a look at what else we know right now. more than 120 people are dead. about 100 of those victims were killed in the concert hall french president francois hollande has declared a state of emergency and closed the country's borders. french police urged parisians to stay inside for their safety.
nbc's steve handelsman has the latest. >> reporter: panic outside the soccer stadium in paris. two suicide bombers attacked. gunmen mowed down people on the streets and rushed into restaurants. the worst was at bataclan theater. terrorists ran into aa rock concert with rifles blazing and took hostages. coordinate i add tax at multiple sites. police flooded paris and finally regained control. the terrorists in the theater blew themselves up. more than 120 people were reported dead. dozens more badly injured. president obama offered help. >> to provide whatever assistance that the government and the people of france need to respond. >> reporter: french president hollande sealed france's border and vowed to be ruthless, but french intelligence missed a mini army preparing to attack.
>> they were able to have automatic weapons. apparently there were suicide bombers involved. that means a bomb maker and obviously they were able to keep this completely quiet off the radar. >> reporter: tonight washington is worried. >> the undetected but sophisticated nature of the attacks in paris will give u.s. counterterrorism officials pa e pause. >> reporter: as freedom tower in new york stands lit in solidarity in the colors of france. the biggest worry in paris and washington had been small attacks by a few diehards. this changes everything. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. the attacks in paris have led to a ripple effect here in philadelphia. the french consulate in center city is boosting its security at consulates here and in other parts of the world. there's no known throat philadelphia but police are still stepping up security at lincoln financial field where the eagles play sunday.
at philadelphia international airport, the violence hits particularly close to home. that's where nbc 10's drew smith continues team coverage. drew? >> reporter: american airlines had one departure from philadelphia to france tonight. officials tried to figure out what was going on in france, but then decided to take off around 9:00. we talked with passengers, many feeling uneasy. especially those heading to europe. we spoke with people from france who live in philadelphia. they're stunned and horrified as they learn more about these attacks. it was above the tv in the bar where olivier first heard the news that his home country in a city where he went to school and worked if many years was under attack. >> the crime against humanity is nonsense and it's going on too many times in too many places. >> desaint martin owns the
caribou cafe in center city. he just returned from a visit to france last weekend. he spent tonight checking on friends and family. >> our hearts and prayers go of course to the french people, the family of the victims. it's awful. it's awful. >> reporter: philadelphia police say there is no credible threat but you will see officers making extra checks on any potential targets. >> i think we're going to probably see higher levels of security around our airports, around our train stations. >> reporter: scott white is a homeland security expert. he says these attacks are only going to create greater resolve against terrorism in europe and north america. >> we have to be vigilant. so when we hear something being radicalized we have to speak up. inside the airport terminal, mitchell morris hugged his family before boarding his flight to amsterdam. he was excited to start a new job in europe but not under these circumstances. >> i'm worried. it's a seven and a half hour flight. you have to think about it while you're up in the air.
>> reporter: the u.s. government has set up hotlines and there's a tool on social media you can use called the safety check on facebook. you can take a look at my friends. it shows there are two people in paris tonight, one of them has marked themselves as safe. you know they're doing okay tonight. that's another tool you can find online to see if people are doing okay that you may know in europe. live in philadelphia international airport, i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. at least three people died outside the soccer stadium. inside there was chaos. this video comes from a philadelphia man who was there. he says parents were on the ground trying to cover their children. security usher it had crowd on to the field and had them wait for the all-clear. i spoke with one woman via skype who was right next to where the attacks took place inside a bar that within seconds turned from a party scene to panic.
>> i'm scared. i'm really scared for what's coming next. >> charlotte now living in fear speaking to us from her apartment next to a restaurant sprayed by bullets where customers became casualties. >> i imagine the panic going on there. >> reporter: when the gunfire and explosions broke out, she and friends in a bar that went into lockdown. >> we couldn't believe it and that it was happening 100 fe h0s away from us. >> reporter: 100 meters away, the concert hall where more than 100 people were kill skbld i have a friend who just texted me and a friend of a friend was at the concert and people were just basically walking on each other are trying to escape. >> reporter: as far as she knows all of her friends and loved ones are safe but is still very aware that the future is uncertain. >> it was a big concert. the guy who was playing was very
famous in france so paris is quite small. there's still a chance there is someone i know -- i don't know. i will know tomorrow, i think. >> reporter: charlotte was in paris in january during the attacks against a satirical newspaper "charlie hebdo." she says the city will unify again. >> if we let fear take us we can't do anything. so i think we just have to be strong and just show people that we are not scared and we are going to continue living our lives whatever happens. >> charlotte was kept inside the bar for three hours. she says once being on the street she was impressed by how everyone unified and how police were able to keep order amidst the chaos. and the american rock band eagles of death metal was performing at the bataclan concertnal paris when gunmen fired into the crowd and began taking hostages.
♪ you didn't want to stress then you got the itch ♪ >> reporter: this is one of their music videos. the band was formed in california in 1998 and was in the middle of a european tour to celebrate the new album. tonight the brother of one of the band members told the "atlanta journal-constitution" the band escaped the concert hall unharmed. tonight france is united in its grief. coming up, the spontaneous displays of patriotism sweeping the country. also ahead, a nun on dash cam video being arrested and charged with drunk driving. who's stepping forward to save her job. and temperatures will be dropping into the 30s tomorrow morning. already dropping into the 40s and it will be windy to start the weekend. i'll show you how cold it will be across your saturday and sunday coming up. [ female announcer ] business travel isn't just about the going.
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between the french and german national soccer team. here is the latest on the worst terror attack in french history. police say all of the terrorists responsible are dead tonight. the death toll stands at more than 120 people, most of them killed at a rock concert. dozens of others were badly injured. france's president has sealed the border and declared a state of emergency. president obama is one of many international leaders that has spoken out calling what happened an attack on all of humanity. former vice president al gore was in paris when the attacks took place. he announced that he has suspended live earth out of solidarity with the french people. the benefit concert is for climate change. here at home, tomorrow's democratic presidential debate in iowa will go on as planned but the candidates have been voicing their thoughts on the tragedy. hillary clinton tweeted "the reports from paris are harrowing. praying for the city and families of the victims." fellow democrat bernie sanders wrote "horrified by the attack
in paris tonight. my thoughts a s are with the vis and their loved ones." republican ben carson weighed in saying "my thoughts and prayers are with the people in paris tonight." and donald trump tweeted "my prayers are with the victims in the hostages in the horrible paris attacks. may god be with you all." nbc 10's jim rosenfield is on his way to europe. look for his reports this weekend and count on nbc 10 for continuing coverage of the attacks in paris. you'll find information on how to contact loved ones overseas on nbc10.com. tonight, immigrant groups are calling on philadelphia's mayor to keep its sanctuary city program in place. mayor michael nutter announced he is taking another look at the policy which limits the city's cooperation with federal immigration officials. he says he's doing this because the federal government made changes to its own program. we spoke to councilwoman maria keen y
quinones sanchez who says this would be a setback for the city. >> i think for an administration that has less than two months, this is something you nut a transition executive report to the new mayor who does not share the same -- your same thought. >> mayor elect jim kenney says he urged may nutter not to make changes before his administration takes over. police in bucks county say one man is in custody in a deadly shooting. it happened along richland town pike along 8:00. the victim is an adult man. there is no word on a motive. a retired navy seal who transitioned into a woman opened up about her transition tonight. kristin beck spoke to dozens. she is the author of the book "warrior princess, a u.s. navy seal's journey to coming out transgender." beck served in the military for 20 years and was even a member of seal team 6 at one time. tonight she talked about how you should not let labels define who you are.
>> the that person that you are is who you are. no matter what sexual orientation or gender or anything else. >> beck began her transition in 2011 and came out as a woman two years later. have you noticed there's a new traffic pattern on the ben franklin parkway that is causing a lot of confusion. this cell phone video shows cars crossing the yellow line because drivers just aren't sure where to go. the construction here is one part of a larger penndot project. seven bridges across the vine street expressway are being repaired directly under this stretch of this parkway. it will take another year to complete. we have a colder week end in store that will start with overnight and into tomorrow morning. gusty winds will be bringing in the colder temperatures.
it's getting colder outside right now. tomorrow morning we'll be in the 30s. the entire weekend will be chilly but saturday colder than sunday. the 30s in mount pocono. 49 pottstown. philadelphia upper 40s. much of south jersey and delaware and temperatures will be bottoming out in the 30s. that's mostly going to be around sunrise. but as you wake up if that's around 8:00, temperatures by then will be around 40 degrees, cold and windy still, mostly sunny skies. then by noon temperatures upper 40s, still windy. it will be a cold day. by 4:00 p.m. still windy. temperature around 47 degrees. many areas may not make it to 50. if you look to our north and west we are talking about the possibility of snow flurries through the poconos. not snow showers, that will stay farther towards the great lakes but we have that lake-effect snow and with that strong wind
it is trying to blow in snow flurries north and west. future temperatures here show temperatures dropping into the 30s for most of the area by early tomorrow morning. mid-30s north and west then through the afternoon barely at 50 degrees. we go back into the 30s by sunday morning and sunday afternoon. we're going to be milder which gives us a better looking eagles forecast. so if you're tailgating sunday we'll see sunny skies, cold temperatures. tailgate times 53. chilly by kickoff mid-50s. at least we'll be staying nice and dry. tonight, though, clear, much colder and with the wind as we bottom out into the 30s it's going to make it feel more like the mid-20s to low 30s with the gusty conditions and we'll see gusty winds tomorrow, too, windy and cold day, 49 to 52. but we will stay dry across the entire week and about a ten-degree jump from saturday to sunday and we go into next week
and look at those temperatures. we claim back up to 70 by thursday. the average high is 57 so all of next week we expect to be above normal for this time of the year. now only ford offers $750 black friday bonus cash on select vehicles, on top of ford friends and neighbors pricing. that doesn't happen every day. make black friday hassle-free with low prices ford cars, trucks and suvs. and get $750 dollars black friday bonus cash on select ford vehicles, on top of all other offers. it's an inside deal, now for everyone. hurry for a limited time, get $750 dollars black friday bonus cash on select vehicles, on top of all other low ford friends and neighbors offers. it all ends november 30th.
is. drivers on the pennsylvania turnpike had a longer wait than usual to pay their tolls in lansdale. the driver was seriously hurt but is expected to survive. now to video you saw first on nbc 10. police say a philadelphia nun seen here is failing a sobriety test. police say sister kimberly miller failed the test after crashing her truck into a meineke auto shop in
turner'svilturner's vil -- turnersville. her blood alcohol was twice the legal limit. she has been placed on leave from her teaching job at little flower high school in hunting park. thousands have signed a petition to save her job. the playoffs are in full swing and the high school blitz doesn't disappoint. stick around for highlights from around the delaware valley coming up next.
st. augustin playing st. joe. they recover in the end zone. st. joe upset st. augustin 28-0. group one playoffs number four clayton hosting number five gloucester city. the first home playoff game in more than 20 years. gloucester's andrew burkhart can't handle it. they go on to win 16-12. group three top seated delsie taking on number eight sterling. delsea rolls 45-7. then washington township's qb looking for room, fires down field but it's into the hands of williamstown rich stanzione. 21-0. time for skylights. let's have at it. top seed downing town east, east
looking to come from behind. saunders healy doing his part, seals the envelope on airmail to noah hawn. 35-28 win. staying in the quad, fourth seed springford taking on number 13. springford trying to get on the board. they get to the 29 but matt gibson fumbles. number three taking on number six. the qb fires and the other team is there and roll over pottsgrove 20-7. class to 2-a finals. the hands off to shaqid brown can score.
dell-val all over prep charter. pennsylvania state playoffs academy park hosting springfield. defensive struggles as academy park's heavy right comes up with the pick and they advance to a 14-7 victory. st. joe's prep taking on roman catholic. have you seen this kid, number seven? first possession, catch him if you can like a ginger bread man. 64 yards, st. joe's prep takes the early lead. later swift uses his feet to get to the outside and he's gone. 48 yards to the barn. st. joe's prep all over roman catholic 49-13. now to the first state, the end of an era for newark's butch simpson. after 39 years at the helm for newark, simpson called it a year looking to cap it with a win over ai dupont. in typical classic fashion, the coach wanted it to be about the seniors on this night and not
him. the kids didn't disappoint. brend brendan sherman, fantastic, do your thing, young man. andrew dell percio, highlight of his own helicopters in. where's john elway when you need him? newark wins 29-8. mount pleasant with playoff implications on the line. mount took control early and didn't let go. they have a stranglehold on this one. thomas off the misdirection catches the defense napping. he's gone, 28 yards scored. you can't be lunching on d. mount pleasant with a prison zant night. 37-8. final seconds of wilmington friends and tower hill. tower hill goes for two. a.j. falco keeps it and wins it. tower hill can celebrate. do your thing. they pull off the 15-14 one-point thriller against their long-time rival. up next, our game of the week. playoff time in jersey. number one seed in the group two playoffs taking on an overbrook team back in the post-season for
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eagles come out fired up in this one. nice presentation. overbrooks' cheerleaders hoping. west deptford cruises in and makes it a 14-0 game. marquez deshields takes a short pass and finds a seam and he goes so fast they have to speed him up. 95 yards into the house. a 14-7 game. the top seed way too strong. 11 crews in if for the score, west depford prevails and a good one. we'll announce next week's game of the week's candidates on sunday night. that's it for me. i'm danny pommells. the national dog show takes place at the expo center in oaks. >> it kicked off tonight with a
gala in king of prussia and i was proud to take part in the valley forge casino. it raises money for therapy dogs in the program there at the philadelphia ronald mcdonald house as well as the philadelphia a mall welfare society, better known as paws. there were four legged ties at the black tie event. a pair of dog de bourgh doe boar due. it's so fun. >> that's nbc 10 at 11:00. thanks for watching. have a good night. ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon."